Chuck in California
The Trailtech kickstand will not fit on the 2012 Ktm 250sx, even though they list it as fitting. I spoke with them directly when I couldn't figure out why I was having mounting problems. Apparently Ktm made some minor frame changes that weren't reported. Trailtech is now aware of the fitment issue. The alignment is off by 3 or 4 mm and can't be made to fit without machining modifications. There is the other aluminum brand kickstand that fits, but I've had durability issues with them.Read All Reviews
Robert in WA
Worked great on my DR650. They mounted solid as a rock, are definitely waterproof, and fit all my gear. They are not as good in aluminum panniers IMO but are the next best thing. The weight shift from moving your gear from the top of the seat to the sides of the bike is amazing. I will be buying Nelson-Rigg again when I need another dry bag.Read All Reviews
KEVIN in MA
This might be too tight for guys with ham hands - my medium-sized hands even feel a bit tight with gloves on. Still, a better option than grabbing the back fender next to a hot silencer. Handle tucks in nice against the side panel/number plate and looks good. Gets a bit warm as it shares the same mounting hardware with the silencer but you don't notice it much with a glove on.Certainly better to have it than not if you have the extra $38 bones or so to spare.Read All Reviews
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